The Department of Science and Technology, the South African Agency for Science and Technology Advancement (NRF) and Nabio Consulting are presenting a symposium on the impact of nanotechnology on cancer on 25 October 2016. Read More.
Five South African young female researchers have been given a career building opportunity to meet with leading UK experts in science communication, which include the Royal Society and the British Science Writers Association. The researchers will attend the Best Practice in Science Communication UK study tour from 24-28 October 2016, a culmination of the Women in Science project, which is part of the British Council’s Professional Development and Engagement (PDE) programme, under the Newton Fund.
The media is invited to a tour of projects in Gauteng which demonstrate hydrogen fuel cell technologies as alternative energy solutions to South Africa.
South Africa’s recently development maritime research and innovation roadmap is anticipated to be among highlights at this year’s South Africa-Norway Science Week scheduled for Pretoria and Cape Town at month end.
Over 6 million geysers consume about 40% of the power on South Africa's electricity grid at an average heating time of up to three hours, per month. Alternatives coming to the market have proved to be too costly, until now.
World Space Week in South Africa concluded today with a high level industry representation during a live broadcast from the SANSA Space Operations facility in Hartebeesthoek, west of Johannesburg.
Transnet, Vodacom, and Eskom were among the big companies that made presentations during the first round of public hearing on the Karoo Central Astronomy Advantage Area(KAAA). The regulations aim to protect the declared KAAA in the Northern Cape from radio interference.